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Welcome Booklet - Green Lane

Our School

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Welcome to our website which aims to give you an introduction to our school, as well as provide information for parents, pupils and the wider community.

Please feel free to contact the school directly with any specific queries you may have or if you would like to arrange a visit. 

We are always happy to dedicate time to meet with prospective families who want to know more about our provision or are considering a place in a special school for their son or daughter.

Grove Park is a maintained community Special School for children from 4-19 who have a wide range of learning needs and disabilities, including moderate, complex, severe, and profound or multiple issues. Many of our pupils have an additional diagnosis of autistic spectrum condition.


Our primary phase is located in extensive grounds with purpose built play facilities and our KS3 and KS4 & 5 are co-located with Beacon Academy on Beeches and Green Lane sites in modern and fully accessible provision. All phases are located within a short distance of each other.


Pupils and families are well supported at each of the transition points from primary to KS3 and KS4 & 5. Staff work closely together across all the phases to ensure that when a young person moves to the next point in their school career, they are given all the support they need.

We are very proud of the work we do and the achievements of all our pupils and our core beliefs underpin all we try to do in our school.

We believe -

  • Our pupils should learn and interact in a caring, happy, safe and secure environment
  • We provide a curriculum and environment which facilitates and develops pupils’ independence
  • That all believe in the importance of friendships and encourage good, trusting relationships throughout the school and in the community
  • As a school, we provide the guidance and support needed to build confidence, self-esteem and independence
  • In involving pupils, their parents and family , and other professionals in decision making
  • In empowering  pupils to make their individual mark on the community



  • Develop each pupil’s communication skills to their full potential, equally valuing all ways of communicating
  • To build a school  community where ALL  are passionate and determined
  • Provide a personalised, flexible curriculum which addresses the individual needs of every pupil
  • To constantly provide opportunities which enrich our students’ lives now and in the future
  • To be held in regard as a centre of excellence for supporting the best outcomes for children with learning difficulties and disabilities
  • Be pre-emptive and pro-active in response to the current and anticipated changing needs of the pupils entering the school
  • At least good in every respect and improving all the time with the aim of achieving excellence